I will be a guest today on the My Technology Lawyer radio show, hosted by Andrew Kreig and Scott Draughon.
We will be discussing recent revelations about campaign funds from Mississippi gambling interests that went to Alabama governor Bob Riley in the 2002 election. Those funds, apparently laundered through disgraced GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff, helped Riley edge Democratic incumbent Don Siegelman in an election that was marked by mysterious changing vote totals overnight in Baldwin County, Alabama.
My segment will be on at 11:40 a.m. today, central time, and can be heard by going to the mytechnologylawyer.com Web site and clicking on "Listen Now."
If you miss the segment live, you can click on "Past Programs" on the left side of the page for the show's archives.